Kylie Lucent, 2021 graduate from Newman, has not been dealt a golden hand. She is a first generation college graduate who has had to work extremely hard to get to where she is, both in her career and life.
Newman presents ‘The Real Inspector Hound’ March 30-April 1
Watching a play inside of a play isn’t something an audience gets to see everyday, but when you watch “The Real Inspector Hound,” brought to you by Newman University’s theater department, you get to do just that.
Admissions counselor recruits students in Puerto Rico
Spanish speaking admissions counselor Katherine Reynoso recently traveled to Puerto Rico for nine days to recruit students for Newman University.
Students win $100 each for Heritage Month contest
During Heritage Month, an essay, TikTok (short video) and visual arts contest was held for students Feb. 2 through Feb. 17.
Staff Assembly to host silent auction April 4
Staff Assembly is excited to bring back its silent auction 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 4 in the old bookstore space.
Newman student-athletes attend MIAA conference
Sophomores Felisa Sajulga and Bailor Harris recently traveled to Kansas City for a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) conference with the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA).
Black History Month wraps up with colorful display
In celebration of Black History Month, the School of Education and Social Work department decorated its hallway, located on the first floor of McNeill Hall.
Service project transforms plastic bags into sleeping mats
Laudato Si’ is a service project on Newman University’s campus that is an answer to Pope Francis’ 7 year call to service.
Student to stage his take on ‘The Office’ comedy March 2-5
Guests of all ages can see the student-led production of “The Office” live on stage March 2-5 in the De Mattias Performance Hall.